16. August 2018 - 17:00 till 20:00
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Third Thursday Tunes | Yew Dell Botanical Gardens | Thursday, 16. August 2018

Wine & craft beer available from our friends at 3rd Turn Brewery from 5-8pm
Music is from 6:-8:30pm
Seating is limited so we encourage you to bring your own chairs or blankets
 
6/21 Corey Brumback Band: 
Corey Brumback is an emotive folk-Americana rock, singer/songwriter from Salem, Indiana who has been popular in the Louisville music scene for the last decade. In addition to playing the late-night live performance circuit, Corey recently finished writing and recording his debut album titled “Headed for a Fall,” which is being released this summer. Songwriting is not a new passion for Corey as the album contains songs that have been in the making for nearly 10 years. He has recently joined forces with a collection of local musicians to compile their full band sound. Having a diverse set of musical backgrounds, the band rounds out their musical set with bass lines, electric guitar swells, keys, mandolin, accordion riffs, and plenty of harmonies. The Corey Brumback band will feature vocals by guitar and vocals by front man Corey Brumback, vocals and percussion by Stacey Lynn King, Heidijoy Stenson on keys, accordion, and vocals and Pat Quinney on guitar, mandolin, and vocals. Band members not appearing at Yew Dell: Jake Badger-drums, and Scott Edelen- bass guitar.
 
7/19 Bill Goat Strut Revue: 
Billy Goat Strut Revue is Kentucky's own Bourbon Jazz band.
Playing mostly music from the 20's thru 40's, they bring a dash of Kentucky twang to a classic New Orleans sound. Formed by guitarist Mark Hamilton in late 2011 and fronted by vocalist Laura Ellis, the band features horns and a dangerous rhythm section. They entertain crowds at festivals, clubs and speakeasy-themed events, taking you to another era with their fun and exciting show.
 
8/16 Laurie Jane and the 45s:
Louisville, Kentucky, the river port city known for its time-honored craftsmanship, decadent celebrations, and storied past is home to Laurie Jane and The 45s. The Down in the Alley Records artists channel the diverse spirit of their hometown across a broad soundscape of country-soul, rhythm and blues, and rockabilly. Laurie Jane's vocals are tempered with a sincerity and restraint seldom heard in modern music. They play counterpoint to her vibrant band who at times push their vintage instruments to the breaking point to wring out the last drop of heart and soul.